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LEADER Worldwide Expands Kansas City, Missouri, Operations

LEADER Worldwide, a ground travel management and logistics company, plans to expand its operations in Kansas City, Missouri. The $3.2 million project is expected to create 59 jobs.

The investment will increase the company’s fleet of vehicles and equipment while providing a new office and garage space.

“We love Kansas City - there is no better place to live, work, and play,” said Bruce Heinrich, Founder and CEO of LEADER Worldwide. “Our growing economy and diverse business landscape make it an ideal location for our expansion. LEADER Worldwide is blessed to have such an incredible team of chauffeurs and office personnel who truly love what we do. We have always strived to be the absolute best service provider in our industry and our remarkable list of clients will affirm we are doing just that. It is so rewarding to see how more than 20 years of dedication and hard work are creating not just jobs, but well-paid, fulfilling careers."

The project is being supported by the Missouri Works program, a tool that helps companies expand and retain workers by providing access to capital through withholdings or tax credits for job creation.

“LEADER Worldwide is demonstrating its continued commitment to Kansas City by creating new opportunities for the region,” noted Michelle Hataway, Acting Director of the Department of Economic Development. “We’re proud to support LEADER Worldwide alongside our partners who are helping us help Missourians prosper.”

LEADER Worldwide offers a variety of luxury private vehicles and a transportation network that spans more than 500 cities worldwide.

“As a steadfast Economic Development Officer, I witness the business success stories unfolding in Kansas City, Missouri, fueled by the incentives offered by the City of Kansas City and the State of Missouri,” added Kyana Bowers, Business Development Officer for the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City. “These incentives aren’t just financial boosts for LEADER Worldwide, but catalysts for growth, innovation, and job creation for our community.”

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